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Open Educational Resources

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Katya Pereyaslavska

Description

Hear how research libraries are beginning to redefine their roles as producers and disseminators of open access learning materials. The following presentation will share research and findings published in a white paper dedicated to open educational resources addressing some of the following:

Key Outcomes

  • Current landscape of open education resources in Canada and roles research library consortia play in this area
  • Opportunities for research libraries in the areas of advocacy and faculty support
  • Exploring opportunities round Open Educational Resources (OER) creation, sharing and use in campus-wide practices, policies as well as operational aspects of course design and curricula

About the Presenter

Katya Pereyaslavska (M.A., M.I.) has recently completed a secondment with the Association of Research Libraries as a Visiting Program Officer for Accessibility and Universal Design where she was tasked with raising awareness of library practices in the area of accessible publishing. In her day-to day role as at Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries, Katya has been responsible for the development of initiatives such as the Accessible Content ePortal (ACE), Accessibility Information Toolkit for Libraries and the Report on Accessible Media (ROAM). More recently Katya has been working in the area of open educational resources, developing a white paper to explore current practices and future opportunities for OCUL members. You can follow her on Twitter @Socialbrarian or drop her a line via email katya@scholarsportal.info.

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